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Correspondent (Schooner), 24 Sep 1858

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The schooner CORRESPONDENT and barque D.C. PIERCE have arrived at Quebec from England en route for Cleveland. - Detroit Advertiser
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Friday, September 24, 1858

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      THE J.F. WARNER. - This schooner, one of the Cleveland Ocean Fleet, arrived at Quebec yesterday from Greenoch, Scotland, loaded with pig iron for Cleveland The dispatch to the WARNER's owners stated that she would be in Montreal tonight. - Detroit Tribune.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Saturday, September 25, 1858

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      THE LIVERPOOL FLEET COMING BACK. - The CHIEFTAIN, Capt. Wolvin, and the BLACK HAWK, Capt. Taylor, arrived from Liverpool at Cleveland Saturday morning. The BLACK HAWK left Liverpool on the 1st. of August, and the CHIEFTAIN five day before that time. The BLACK HAWK made the outward run in 20 days and the homeward one in 35 days. Both vessels experienced pleasant weather. The CORRESPONDENT, D.C. PIERCE and J.F. WARNER are all in fresh water and are expected in a few days.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      Wednesday, September 29, 1858

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Correspondent (Schooner), 24 Sep 1858